I recently started a personal .NET 3.5 project (finally learning the ASP.NET MVC architecture) and noticed when I tried to migrate an old NAnt build file over and run the automated build it died. The main reason was because when I call out to msbuild to build my solution it uses the nant.exe.config file to call the msbuild.exe file in the current designated framework path (i.e., C:WINDOWSMicrosoft.NETFrameworkv2.0.50727msbuild.exe). Well, that won’t help because .NET 3.5 solutions can’t be compiled by the .NET 2.0 msbuild.exe.
NAnt 0.86 Beta1 supports .NET 3.5. So for those of you, using NAnt for your automated builds, and compiling .NET 3.5 solutions, hope this information helps. If you’re concerned that it’s a beta, then read the following from their site:
“This release focuses on extending our already strong support for multiple target frameworks, bringing improved flexibility and performance.”
I know you can use csc and compile the solution that way, but it doesn’t read as nicely as a msbuild target call. :)
Does anyone have any other workarounds?
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